Samsung grabbed our attention with the Galaxy S5 this week at Mobile World Congress, but the company also opened itself up to attacks from the competition by releasing its latest flagship so early in the year. Today Chinese phone-maker Oppo took aim at the Galaxy S5 with a new teaser image promoting its upcoming Find 7 smartphone.
The teaser itself doesn’t really say much, simply using the “greater than” symbol to distinguish the Oppo Find 7 from Samsung’s Galaxy S series. The teaser, which it shared earlier today on Chinese social media site Weibo, also confirms the device will launch next month on March 19, but we already knew that. Meanwhile, a second teaser appears to confirm that the Find 7 will offer microSD support and some sort of removable back cover.
Unlike Samsung, which stuck with a 1080p resolution for the Galaxy S5, Oppo’s already promised the Find 7 will come in a 2K variant as well as a 1080p option. The device also comes equipped with a 5.5-inch screen and is expected to pack a Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor and run the latest Android 4.4 KitKat OS.
March is gearing up to be an exciting month with new flagship smartphones from both Oppo and HTC. We can’t wait to see what these companies have in store for us.